Youth Services Director, Hamish Macqueen, said: “We’re looking forward to welcoming back the comedian Tony Vino, amongst other speakers and performers. It promises to be an amazing weekend with the opportunity to explore your faith in a new way through inspiring talks, workshops, live music and passionate prayer. There’s also plenty of time for fun and relaxing.
“We’re very grateful to the new Headteacher and the team at Sacred Heart School Swaffham who have so warmly welcomed us back to use the school as our venue.”
This year the Ignite Festival runs from Saturday April 30 – Sunday May 1, with the option of doing the four-mile pilgrimage walk to Walsingham on Monday May 2. Please see www.ignitefestival.co.uk for more information and to book tickets.
Pictured above, comedian Tony Vino stages The Lion King, with help from his audience at a previous Ignite Festival.